Theadora Walsh is a writer based in Oakland, California. Her digital poetry has been shown at The Glucksman, the Granoff Center, The Shed, and Pratt University. Most recently, invited by the artist Chip Lord, she contributed work to The Exquisite Moving Corpse, a video project that has shown internationally. Her essays and art criticism can be found in Art in America, Artforum, Variable West, Hyperallergic, Art Papers, BOMB Magazine, The Los Angeles Review of Books, Gulf Coast Magazine and elsewhere. Her poetry book, The Almond, is forthcoming from 1080 Press.
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